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The Todd Haimes Theatre was built in 1918 by producers (and brothers) Arch and Edgar Selwyn and was originally named The Selwyn Theatre. Like many other theaters, it fell victim to the economic woes of the Great Depression and became a movie house in the 1930s.

The venue was a movie theater for almost 70 years, until it was purchased by the Roundabout Theatre Company in the late 1990s. After an expensive overhaul, it reopened as The American Airlines Theatre in 2000. In January 2024, the theater was renamed in memory of Roundabout Theatre Company's longtime artistic director and chief executive Todd Haimes.


227 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
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About Old Times on Broadway



Todd Haimes Theatre
227 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
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70 minutes (no intermission)


Ages 14+


Oct. 6, 2015


Nov. 29, 2015

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Story for Old Times

Deeley and his wife Kate are visited by Anna, a mysterious friend of Kate’s from long ago. What begins as a trip down memory lane quickly becomes something more, as long-simmering feelings of fear and jealousy begin to fuel the trio’s passions, sparking a seductive battle for power.

Academy Award nominee Clive Owen (Closer) makes his Broadway debut alongside Tony Award nominee Eve Best (The Homecoming) and Kelly Reilly (“True Detective”), also making her Broadway debut, in Old Times, written by Nobel Laureate Harold Pinter. Thom Yorke, singer and principal songwriter for Radiohead, provides incidental music.

Tony Award winner Douglas Hodge (La Cage aux Folles, Roundabout's Cyrano de Bergerac), a frequent performer and director of Pinter’s works, directs Roundabout Theatre Company’s provocative revival of the haunting and passionate play, which has not been seen on Broadway in over 40 years.

Critics’ Reviews for Old Times

critics reviews

"’Old Times’ concerns memory as a tool of power, and power as the defining dynamic of any relationship. And this cast always makes it clear, with histrionic relish, as to who’s on top at any given moment."

Ben Brantley, The New York Times
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"Clive Owen makes a riveting Broadway debut."

David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter
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"Erotic…Elusive. Harold Pinter’s three-handed battle for sexual dominance is an incredibly sexy play with three incredibly sexy performers."

Marilyn Stasio, Variety